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Police hunt suspect on crutch after man sexually assaulted at Bushey Country Club
Police are hunting a man on a crutch after another man was sexually assaulted at a Bushey golf club.
Officers have released a detailed description of the suspect they are seeking following the attack at Bushey Country Club, in High Street, on Monday September 24.
According to Hertfordshire Constabulary the suspect stated that he was from Kenya and is described as mixed race, slim, with receding short black hair and was 5ft 10ins tall. He is said to have spoken with a London accent and was aged between 30 to 40 years old.
At the time of the offence, he was wearing glasses with a thin silver frame and has a scar along the back of his head, running from above his neck to his left ear. Police said the scar is visible through his hair.
He had a white bandage around his left hand and wrist with a blue plastic splint on his hand. He also had a plastic splint with three straps over his trousers on his right leg and was using a crutch to help him walk.
Police said the suspect was also wearing a plain black T-shirt with a thin brown jacket, which had no hood, but he was wearing the collars up. He also had dark blue jeans and white trainers.
PC Helen Osborne said: "We have a very detailed description of the suspect. If you recognise the description or know who this man is, please contact us immediately."
Anyone with information can contact PC Helen Osborne on the police’s non–emergency telephone number 101 quoting the crime reference number J2/12/1169.
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